Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius is a motion picture based on the life, specifically the golfing career, of Bobby Jones, the first player in the sport to ever consecutively win all four of the men's major golf championships (in that era, before The Masters existed and before the PGA Championship was counted as a major, the British and U.S. Amateurs were considered "majors" along with the British Open and the U.S. Open). Jim Caviezel stars as Bobby Jones. The film is notable for the fact that it was the first motion picture concerning the Royal and Ancient Golf Club at St. Andrews that was actually given permission to film on location.
The movie flopped badly at the box office with an opening weekend gross of $1.2 million.